Li Hing Mui Powder (2 Packages)
- In Hawaii, Li hing powder is often sprinkled on tropical fruits such as pineapple and papaya.
- Li hing mui powder is made from dried salted plums.
- It has both a sweet and sour taste with a hint of saltiness.
- Li hing powder can also be sprinkled on your popcorn and Arare rice crackers.
- 2 bags of 2 oz Li Hing Mui Powder.
Beside this, what is li hing mui made of?
Li hing mui powder is made of ground plum skin that has previously been pickled in a combination of licorice, red food coloring, salt, sugar, and occasionally aspartame and or saccharine.
Additionally, how do you eat li hing mui seeds?
“Traditionally, the plum used in li hing mui is eaten much like a sunflower seed but in reverse. The good stuff is on the outside of the seed -- you throw the whole thing in your mouth, chewing off the meat and spitting out the seed.”
What are some Hawaiian snacks?
10 Best Hawaiian Snacks
- Li Hing anything. Seriously, you could put li hing powder on sawdust and I'd probably eat it.
- Poke. Whether spicy, Hawaiian style, or shoyu flavored - Poke is always a winner.
- Chocolate Macadamia Nuts.
- Hurricane Popcorn.
- Strawberry Mochi.
- Shave Ice.
- Pickled Mango.
- Acai Bowl.
What do Hawaiians sprinkle on pineapple?
Li hing mui powder is made of ground plum skin that has previously been pickled in a combination of licorice, red food coloring, salt, sugar, and occasionally aspartame and or saccharine. It can be used as a flavoring, usually sprinkled on candy and other fruits, notably pineapples, mangoes, guavas and apples.